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Police operation targeting criminals using Norfolk roads

A police operation to stop criminals using the county’s roads resulted in 84 vehicles being pulled over yesterday.

The lorry involved in a fatal RTC on London Rd between Morely St Peter and Wymondham today.

A driver died this morning when a lorry hit a lamppost before ending up in a field in Suton, near Wymondham.

Chips and Dips whose stall caught fire on Saturday. Spencer and Rachel Gray, who want to thank the fire service, council, fellow stallholders and customers for the help and support they have received. Photo : Steve Adams

A couple who are facing a £30,000 repair bill after a fire engulfed their Norwich Market stall have urged the public not to give them money – but to give it to the fire service instead.

One of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust's new ambulances, based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 519 CDI model from Orwell Truck & Van.

A man and a child were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital following the incident in Downham Market.

Singer Errol Brown with his wife Ginette after receiving an MBE, for services to pop music. Photo: Fiona Hanson/PA Wire

Hot Chocolate frontman Errol Brown has died aged 71, his manager said on Wednesday.

Princess Charlotte has arrived at Anmer Hall in Norfolk for the first time, a place that will be her home with the Duke and Duchess of Cambirdge and her brother Prince George. Picture: Ian Burt

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left Kensington Palace with their four-day-old daughter Princess Charlotte as they retreat to their country home Anmer Hall.

The East of England Ambulance Service said it received a call at 11.35am to Hindringham Road, Thursford, to a report of a patient with traumatic injuries.

Norfolk Constabulary vehicle.

A man in his 30s was stabbed in the stomach in the Lakenham area of Norwich yesterday morning.

Police made 12 arrests on Saturday night as part of an operation to reduce violence in the area. Photo: Rob Colman

Clubbers in Norwich have been warned to stay out of trouble as police made a dozen arrests on Saturday.

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Police operation targeting criminals using Norfolk roads

A police operation to stop criminals using the county’s roads resulted in 84 vehicles being pulled over yesterday.


Ambulance bosses are considering proposals which include stopping paramedics from attending certain 999 calls. Photo: Simon Finlay

A union last night insisted patients would not be put at risk by plans to limit the number of 999 calls paramedics respond to in the last hour of their shift.


Steve Magnall, chief executive of St Peter's Brewery. Picture submitted.

St Peter’s Brewery has recruited the former deputy managing director of Greene King, Steve Magnall, as its new chief executive.


Sidestrand Hall special school opens it newly built Aspergers unit pictured is 


A cooking area, vegetable patch, and break-out room are part of a north Norfolk school’s new custom-built unit for children with Asperger Syndrome.


(Left to right) Prime Minister David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg. Photos: PA

David Cameron came out top in a snap poll following the last major TV event of the election campaign - but the majority of viewers said it would not change their mind on polling day.


A view over the rooftop's of Sheringham from Beeston Bump. Weybourne and Salthouse can be seen in the distance.

It would barely register as a foothill in many parts of the world. But at 338ft, Beacon Hill – a moderately taxing ascent for walkers traversing the north Norfolk coast – is the county’s highest summit.

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